Google’s annual I/O developer conference is just around the corner, and tech enthusiasts are buzzing with excitement about the potential for new product launches. This year, the search giant is expected to unveil a range of AI-powered devices, including the much-anticipated Pixel Fold, Pixel 7a, and Pixel Tablet.
Pixel Fold: Leaked Infomation
Most exciting products rumored to be launching at the Google I/O conference is the Pixel Fold, leaked information, the design of the folding display is similar to OPPO Find N2, with both devices folding horizontally in a small-sized display. However, the Pixel Fold is said to have a wider border, and the crease control is still unknown.
Aside from its design, the Pixel Fold come with impressive specifications, feature a Tensor G2 processor, an external 5.8-inch 120Hz refresh rate screen, and an internal 7.6-inch 120Hz screen. The device will also have a rear 48MP OIS+ 10.8MP + 10.8MP triple camera, a front 9.5MP selfie lens (hidden on the frame), and provide 12+256/512 storage combinations.
Pre-orders for the Pixel Fold are set to begin on May 10, with shipments starting at the end of June, come with 12GB LPDDR5 memory, divided into 256GB and 512GB storage versions, and will be priced at $1799 and $1919.
Pixel 7a and Pixel Tablet: Google is also expected to launch the Pixel 7a and Pixel Tablet at the I/O conference. The Pixel 7a is rumored to be a mid-range phone.
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